|The picture below shows a larger view of all (30) Small Old Bowling Sports Related Items in this lot. Except for the dexterity game, these items are not dated. They are believed to be from the 1940s to the 1990s. This is an accumulated lot with a variety of items including:|
There is a painted wood bowler figure. His head is on a spring and he is holding a black bowling ball. The figure has some paint flaking, mostly on his hat and face.
There is a Tomy wind up bowling ball. It work well hopping around and could be used to knock down pins.
There is a ©1953, 1957 Comon Tater Bowling dexterity game. It is Number 309. There are (10) balls to get into the holes on (ten) pins or in (10) gutter holes. It is Comon Tater, Inc., of Blaisdell, New York.
There is an award looking plastic pin the features The Old Man of The Mountains in New Hampshire. It reads: “N.H.C.B.A. LET'S GO BOWLING”. The back section of the pin is included.
Next is an old unused Seagram's 7 advertising premium bowling identification keychain tag. It is made of plastic in the shape of a bowling pin, and it has a metal bead chain. It reads:
BLENDED WHISKEY 86 PROOF
65% GRAIN NEURAL SPIRITS
SEAGRAM DIST. CO. N.Y.
Next is a magnet that pictures a bowling pin and it reads:
EVERY PIN THAT FALLS
PUTS A SMILE ON A KID'S FACE
There is a red oar shaped swizzle stick that pictures a bowler and a pin that reads “T-BOWL”.
There is another drink stirrer with a bowling ball and two pins.
There is a bowling pin food pick or fork.
There are (2) matching painted bowler playset figures or cake decorations.
There is a key chain with a wooden bowling pin and a plastic bowling ball.
There is a marble bowling ball.
Next is (1) wooden and (9) plastic bowling pins.
The final (6) items are all colorful old gumball machine toy prize charm.
All of these items for one price! To judge the sizes the dexterity or palm game in the center measures about 3-1/8'' x 5-1/8'' x 5/8''. The included items appear to range from fair all the way to mint condition as pictured.